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2021 BOTETOURTCOUNTY VIRGINIA

NEW! DIRECTORY INSIDE


Table of Contents 6 27 40 52 62

Advertiser Index

Botetourt County Facts Botetourt Chamber of Commerce Membership Directory Chamber Connections 2020–2021 Roundup Botetourt County Contacts

Making Connections Chamber Member Profiles 10 13 16 22 48

Botetourt County Public Schools Lumos Networks Commonwealth Computer Services Craig-Botetourt Rural Electric Cooperative Barkett Family Businesses

Botetourt Living 2021 Tom Field publisher, editor, creative director Photography

Some of the photographs and images in this publication were contributed by individuals and organizations related to the content, published by permission and with no credit requested. Botetourt County Chamber of Commerce and Berryfield assume no liability for published images not credited; or unknown copyright holders; but has acknowledged and provided credit to accompany images when possible.

Anne Sampson writer, photographer (chamber member profiles)

Jason Rinehart photography (cover, directory cover, and landscape / weather / seasonal scenes of Botetourt County)

© 2021 Berryfield, Inc. PO Box 1041 • Salem, VA 24153 540-389-9945 • berryfield.com Published and printed in U.S.A.

Address correspondence and inquiries to:

Botetourt County Chamber of Commerce 1324 Roanoke Road, Ste 4 • Daleville, VA 24083 (540) 556-8812 • info@botetourtchamber.com www.botetourtchamber.com

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Although every reasonable effort has been made to verify all facts and figures herein, Botetourt County Chamber of Commerce and Berryfield take no responsibility for omissions or inaccuracies.

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1772 Rooftop on Main John Alderson Agency Altec APEX Clean Energy / Rocky Forge Wind Apple Barn II Ashley Plantation Atlantic Bay Mortgage Group Attic Productions Austin Electrical Construction Bank of Botetourt Bank of Fincastle Big Lick Entertainment Blue Ridge Vineyard Botetourt Chamber Sponsors Botetourt County Poster Botetourt Commons Botetourt County Economic Development Botetourt Florist Botetourt Funeral Home Botetourt Golf & Swim Club Botetourt Veterinary Hospital Buchanan Theatre Caldwell Mountain Copper & Kettle Corn Carilion Clinic Carilion Wellness Colonial Mortgage Company Colonial Title & Settlement Commonwealth Computer Services Daleville Physical Therapy Dr Auto Spa Farm Credit of the Virginias First Citizens Bank Flat Pickin’ Fridays The Glebe Heritage Family Market Holiday Inn Express Dabney S. Lancaster Community College Lawrence Companies Lawson Family Medicine & Aesthetics Lenk Orthodontics Little Creek Corral Lumos Networks MAAG Gala MemberOne Federal Credit Union Old Dominion Veterinary Clinic Outdoor Trails Patrick Team Homes The Pie Shoppe The Purple Penny /MKB Quality Inn Rader Funeral Home Re/Max All Stars Roanoke Cement /Titan America Rockingham Cooperative Ace Hardware Rodeo Chico Jeff Sprinkel’s Golf Academy Systems Technology of Virginia Three Li’l Pigs Barbeque Timberbrook Associates Town of Troutville Transition Consultants/MKB Uotinen Law Virginia Mountain Mortgage Virginia Mountain Vineyards Vistar Eye Center Waff Family Insurance Wiegandt & Doubles Winter’s Storage Woods Family Heating & Air Woodsdale Events Venue


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Quick Facts About Botetourt County

• 250th Anniversary just celebrated (1770–2020) • Population: 33,419 • Land area: 541 square miles • Homeownership rate: 85.2% • Median household income: $68,410; median housing value: $225,200 • Average travel time to work: 28 minutes • Unemployment rate: 3.6%, compared to the U.S. rate of 4.4% • Industries include: Mining, Advanced Manufacturing, Transportation, Agriculture and Health Care • Moody's estimates cost of doing business: 15% lower than national average • Cost of living averages 5–6% lower than national average. • Students who graduate on time: 92.6%; residents 25 and older with high school or higher degrees: 91.6% • Male/Female ratio of population is nearly 50:50 • Fincastle, the County seat: Incorporated in 1772 and attracts genealogists from all over the world • Dream destination for outdoor recreation: 70,000 acres of the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests; James River with boating access; miles of off-road opportunities for all-terrain vehicles; Appalachian Trail access; 35 miles of Blue Ridge Parkway • Botetourt Sports Complex: Championship softball, youth baseball fields; soccer fields; cross-country course; 18-hole disc golf course; Wi-Fi Sources: U.S. Census, Botetourt County, Virginia Economic Development Partnership (2018/2019)

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Welcome To Botetourt County

The Botetourt County Chamber of Commerce and its members welcome you to the 23rd edition of Botetourt Living magazine. This edition also covers activities from our Chamber’s 75th Anniversary in 2020. The magazine serves as a guide for visitors and for citizens — those who recently moved here or have lived here for a lifetime. It’s particularly geared to our business community and each of us who has a vested interest in the continuing mission to develop this great place to live, work, and play. Botetourt County is an ideal environment for business and family. Major markets and resource bases are located within a few hours of here and the labor pool is strongly supported with educational and training venues. As an area for arts and culture, Botetourt offers a wide range of amenities with attractive shopping and entertainment opportunities. Outdoor recreation in Botetourt County, including many square miles of Jefferson National Forest and rivers, is second to none in every season. Botetourt County, a repository for many forms of historical information, was founded in 1770. Lord Botetourt, for whom the County is named, served as Governor of Virginia. The County is now part of the Roanoke Metropolitan Area, though in early times its lands extended as far west as Illinois and Wisconsin. The County shares the Southern Shenandoah Valley with its neighbor jurisdictions of Roanoke County, the cities of Roanoke and Salem, and the Town of Vinton. Welcome to our beautiful County and all that it offers. We invite you to visit or call the Chamber for more information.

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“I mean, it’s all about making connections.” – Botetourt Chamber member

Jason Rinehart

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Connected

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to Education Four years ago, Anna Weddle sought a seat on the Botetourt County School Board because “I felt they needed a new voice,” she says. “No one on the board then had kids in the system. Now four out of five of us do. I felt that I had a connection with parents and teachers.” Now, as the newly-minted Board Chair, Anna has overseen the move from the old Colonial Elementary School to the spacious new building on Murray Drive, in the middle of the term, amidst one of the most challenging school years in memory, as school districts nationwide face the challenge of safely providing education during a pandemic. It’s been 21 years since Botetourt County built a new school. “Teachers and volunteers packed their classrooms, loaded, moved and unloaded the trucks,” Anna says. “They moved in while teaching three lesson plans: A schedule, B schedule and remote learners. None of this could have happened without their dedication.” In January, Colonial’s 422 students and 20 teachers entered a new building with room to accommodate Botetourt County’s rapid growth, and the technology to enhance learning.

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Anna Weddle

“Every classroom has new ActivPanels, which are sort of like blackboard-sized iPads,” says Anna. “Students can interact and write on the board, while teachers

can access videos and apps from anywhere in the room.” Different types of flexible seating have made social distancing easier to achieve, and a secure vestibule gives office staff an opportunity to vet visitors before allowing them entry into the building. Teachers and administrators also learned to use a new-to-them learning management system, Canvas, in about a week’s time. Canvas will be in use for the new Virtual Academy which opens this fall. Virtual Academy is an online learning option available to any student with a high-speed internet connection. Although “learning lag” has been a concern all over the country, it’s not severe among Botetourt students. “It’s not as bad as we expected,” says Anna. “We have a plan for overcoming learning lag.” The school board continues to focus on keeping students’ achievement levels at the top of the region, now and postpandemic, as well as catching up on deferred maintenance on the county’s mostly older school buildings. “New Colonial” as it’s informally known, is much more than a brand-new building. “It’s been an opportunity to give our students hope,” says Anna. “They deserved a fresh start. It’s a been a hard year.”

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Anna, her husband, Chris and their two daughters, Holly, 10, and Macy, 8.

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Connected to the Network A “Q&A” with Botetourt’s Lumos Networks > From “the old telephone company” to today’s internet provider, many folks in Botetourt County have known your business by different names (especially people who have lived here a long time). Would you explain those identities?

Our company’s story dates back more than a century when a group of local residents banded together to form the Roanoke and Botetourt Telephone Company. The new company was created by offering shares for $10 each on November 20, 1900, and with the formation of a nineperson board, that included J.W. Layman—who became a well-known leader of the Roanoke and Botetourt Telephone Company for decades. The company proudly served local consumers and businesses for 100 years when it merged in 2000 to become NTELOS. A little more than a decade later, in 2011, the wireline division of NETLOS was spun off to create what we are known as today: Lumos Networks, a fiber internet provider serving residential and businesses in many Virginia regions.

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Would you describe the Lumos Networks position in Botetourt?

Situated in the heart of Botetourt County near Botetourt High School, Lumos Networks’ Daleville office is conveniently located at 1900 Roanoke Road. In addition to Daleville, we have offices in Covington and Waynesboro, which serves as the headquarters of Lumos Networks. We’ve heard from customers—both residential and business—time and time again that they consider Lumos Networks as more than an “average internet provider.” Lumos Networks has emerged as an industry leader by providing the fastest internet speeds available from a trusted fiber network that can be counted on for its reliability. We know that fast, reliable internet is what our customers need to stay connected to the things that matter—and that has become more important than ever during the last year.

What were some major projects or milestones from Lumos over the past year or so?

Through 2020 and early 2021, we’ve expanded our network to serve an additional 553 homes in Botetourt County. A new expansion project is underway in 2021 to add even more homes, with another 548 new addresses planned for completion by mid-2022. “We get requests to bring fiber to homes and businesses in Botetourt County regularly, and we’ve seen those inquiries increase even more in the last year. We know that access to high-speed internet is critically important to this community. Our team is very excited to be expanding our fiber network to meet this need.” – Heidi Padgett

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What is Lumos planning or scheduled to perform in Botetourt County in the immediate future or in the next year or so?

Lumos is on the move and continues to expand to better serve the local community. Thanks to a $1,364,337 grant from the Virginia Telecommunication Initiative (VATI), we’re working to expand our fiber footprint again in Botetourt County. The grant is being used as part of a project to install fiber to provide high-speed internet to 548 new addresses, including 30 businesses. The Botetourt County portion of the project begins the installation of 59 miles of fiber-optic cable, including areas near Wheatland Road, Old Hollow Road, Lithia, and Exit 162 along Rt. 11. With this announcement, Botetourt County adds to the more than 1,400 residents and businesses who have already been included in announcements of broadband expansions in the past year. As a result, officials anticipate that approximately 85% of residents will have access to broadband internet. The Lumos technical team already is hard at work to introduce new fiber service to many local addresses by the end of 2021 with completion of the visionary project by mid-2022. “This expansion makes it possible for more people in Botetourt County to have fast, reliable fiber internet, and supports growing bandwidth needs as many of us are working and learning from home. We are very much looking forward to offering fiber optic broadband to more households in Botetourt County. Lumos is a technology leader in the industry because we install fiber all the way to the home and include symmetrical upload and download speed as a standard offering, which results in much more reliable service than other types of broadband

Diego Anderson Senior Vice President and General Manager

“We install fiber all the way to the home and include symmetrical upload and download speed as a standard offering, which results in much more reliable service than other types of broadband access.” —Diego Anderson

access. This is particularly true for video conferencing, distance learning, telehealth, and working from home as many have experienced in recent months.” – Diego Anderson


Heidi Padgett Director of Sales

“Access to high-speed internet is critically important to this community. Our team is very excited to be expanding our fiber network to meet this need.” —Heidi Padgett

What is the most important thing the citizens, businesses, visitors, and other stakeholders need to know about your work and commitment in Botetourt County?

“Our continued expansion of the Lumos fiber footprint makes it possible for more people in our community to have fast, reliable fiber internet, which is especially important to those working and learning from home.

Karen Hoch Director of Marketing

“We are honored to serve Botetourt County and committed to supporting its broadband growth initiatives. Our continued expansion of the Lumos fiber footprint makes it possible for more people in our community to have fast, reliable fiber internet, which is especially important to those working and learning from home. – Karen Hoch At Lumos Networks, we’re proud to be widely known as an industry leader due to our customer satisfaction ratings in service and reliability—we take customer satisfaction very seriously and work hard to live up to our commitment to serving customers. Lumos offers broadband availability to nearly 200,000 residential and SMB locations, the majority of which are served with high bandwidth fiber. And we’re not resting on our laurels: We have plans to continue our growth track and to continue to expand our service areas.

—Karen Hoch

We want to hear from Botetourt County residents and business owners! To find out if service from Lumos Networks is available for your home or business, please visit

lumosnetworks.com or call us at

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Keeping Connected You could probably say that Kathryn Stroehmann Bishop of Commonwealth Computer Services (CCS) has business in her blood. “My great-grandfather, Frederick, came over on the boat from Germany in 1881,” she says. “He married a baker’s daughter in Wheeling, West Virginia and started Mother’s Bread.” His sons, Kathryn’s grandfather and great-uncle, founded Stroehmann’s Bakery, and with their father’s help, built it into the largest family-owned

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bakery in the United States, carried on by Kathryn’s father and uncle.

brought the first commercial bread slicer to market.”

“According to a book my great-uncle wrote, in 1936, the Governor of Pennsylvania had Stroehmann’s bread airmailed every day when he vacationed in Florida,” says Kathryn.

Kathryn has kept up the familyowned business tradition, but her business is all 21st century. CCS has provided computer and network set-up, troubleshooting, data transfer and back-up, security and repair for businesses and individuals, since 1997.

The Stroehmanns were innovators, and Kathryn’s father held many patents. “My grandfather was snickered at when he referred to doing sliced bread,” she remembers. “I think we

The company is this year’s platinum winner in The Roanoker magazine’s “Best Of Roanoke” in the computer service category.


You

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Kathryn Stroehmann Bishop

Streamlining and securing operations are her favorite kinds of work. “[I like] going into a company, cleaning out all their bloatware and making sure all else is right, including security, and then maintaining it,” says Kathryn. “This monthly maintenance ensures network security is right on which keeps their system streamlined so they can do

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what they do, without pulling their hair out.” The reward is knowing that she’s left their business safe and secure. CCS helps private computer owners too, especially older users. “I personally have a heart for the seniors,” says Kathryn, “tutoring them about safe computing, transferring photos, showing them how to keep connected with

their kids and grandkids and how not to give away their children’s inheritance!” Kathryn handles the front-end, administrative responsibilities at CCS, often working from home, and hires skilled technicians and contractors to cover the technical aspects of the business. Since security is paramount, technicians undergo background checks and hold many certifications, including


HIPAA, the Department of Defense and Homeland Security. Covid restrictions posed some challenges early on, as well as pointing toward the future. “It was like wartime,” Kathryn says. “My technicians carried essential travel papers. One was stopped in West Virginia to find out why he was on the road. But Covid forced companies, schools and individuals to have a mind shift, realizing we’re in the 21st century, where in most situations, people can work efficiently from home.

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Red fruitcake tin: Kathryn has the family recipe for Stroehmann’s Fruitcake, which was seasonally offered in a promotional tin. “Dad said women loved the tin for sewing notions. It helped sell the product!” Framed pictures: Stroehmann’s bakery wagon.


Yet there are a lot of protocols that need to be in place to be secure.” Kathryn sees the future as wide open. “IT isn’t going anywhere,” she says, “and with working remotely, there’s only more demand to make sure security is tight.” Kathryn has put down roots in Botetourt County. “We’re here to serve,” she says. Anne Sampson

Kathryn’s home office is filled with 21st century technology and memorabilia from the 19th and early 20th centuries.

“There is a lot of ignorance in this industry, and where there’s ignorance there’s fear, and where there’s fear there needs to be trust. Personally, I serve as a Botetourt Chamber Ambassador and as the Membership Chair for the Botetourt Rotary. I’ve lived in Botetourt since 2001 and have four children in Botetourt schools.” While Kathryn feels a deep connection with her 19th century bakery roots, she’s looking to the future with the CCS tagline, ’Keeping You Connected.’

“I like going into a company, cleaning out all their bloatware, and making sure all else is right, including security, and then maintaining it.’ —Kathryn S. Bishop

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CCS services a variety of computer equipment >

Desktops & Laptops

Network Servers

Network Routers

Apple Products

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Around the time that the Craig-Botetourt Rural Electric Cooperative (CBEC) was incorporated, in August 1936, nine out of 10 rural homes in the US had no access to electricity. This kept rural economies focused on agriculture, and farm families engaged in labor-intensive work. It just didn’t make financial sense to investor-owned utility companies to pay for infrastructure to provide for sparse rural populations. In 1933, the year President Franklin Roosevelt took office, the Tennessee Valley Authority was established so that transmission lines could serve “farms and small villages that are not otherwise supplied with electricity at reasonable rates.” In 1935, Executive Order #7037 created the Rural Electrification Administration (REA). The following year, the Rural Electrification Act was passed and loans were made available for infrastructure. Utility companies still weren’t interested, but farmer-owned cooperatives sure were. In 1937, the REA drafted the Electric Cooperative Corporation Act, which allowed for the formation and operation of not-for-profit, consumer-owned electric cooperatives. Today, most rural electrification is provided by locally owned cooperatives that started by borrowing funds from REA. These co-ops serve 42 million people and power over 20 million

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businesses. REA is now the Rural Utilities Service, or RUS, and is part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. While the CBEC has seen many changes since 1936, its central mission remains the same: “Each member/owner will be provided with the benefit of safe, reliable electric service at the lowest possible cost consistent with sound management and the Cooperative principles.” (cbec.coop) CBEC’s CEO, Jeff Ahearn, joined the co-op in 2017 as an engineer. His career has been almost completely involved with co-ops since high school. “I graduated from high school and was hired by a local phone cooperative in (hometown) Belhaven, North Carolina,” he says. He worked part-time as a cable installer for their new cable TV service. When he made plans to attend UNC Charlotte, the co-op’s engineering contractor offered Jeff a job in Charlotte. After graduation and a short stint at the EPA, he worked for electrical cooperatives in Pantego, North Carolina and Midway, Georgia. “In 2017, I jumped on an opportunity at Craig-Botetourt Electric as the System Engineer,” says Jeff. Since then, he has served as Manager of Electric Distribution Services and as the Interim General Manager, before stepping into the role of CEO in February 2020.

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motivated, and there are challenges ahead, as the needs to provide high-speed internet to rural customers, and collect real-time data on power usage and outages become more pressing. To meet those needs, the future of CBEC is “smart.”

“We are looking to add “Smart Grid” technology to our entire system,” says Jeff. “ This is composed of the AMI (advanced metering infrastructure) project, system automation with self-healing network technology. The fiber/broadband project (known as Bee Online Advantage) is an integral part of this technology rollout. We will leverage our fiber network to communicate with the smart

devices on our electrical system. We are also evaluating stored energy (such as battery storage) for demand peak shaving. This will reduce our power supply cost which will translate to lower rates, or more likely, higher capital credit assignments to our members. [We’re also looking at] community solar projects and electric vehicle charging stations.” The AMI project represents a transition from Power-Line Carrier technology (existing power lines transmit daily updates on usage and outages – no more meter readers) to radio frequency communication which provides near real-time updates, improving usage management and outage response times.

Jeff surveys the Coal Gap Substation, constructed by the CBEC in the mid-70’s.

CBEC provides electricity to customers in seven mountainous counties – Roanoke, Botetourt, Montgomery, Giles and Craig in Virginia, and Monroe County, West Virginia. Over 90% of those users are residential. That translates into 1,384 miles of power line, with five members per mile. Challenge is what keeps Jeff Anne Sampson


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BOTETOURT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY 2021


ACCOUNTANTS / ACCOUNTING SERVICES Campbell & Lineberry, P.C., CPA's (540) 777-3770 campbelllineberry.com Dana R. Bible Accountant, Inc. (540) 473-2760 T. Creasy & Company, PLLC (540) 627-5956 tcreasyandco.com Cole & Associates, CPAs (540) 266-7178 colecpas.com

Bryant Orchards Farm Market (540) 591-5383 bryantorchards.com Little Creek Corral, LLC (540) 384-6153 littlecreekcorral.com Rockingham Cooperative (540) 992-1001 rockinghamcoop.com/ locations/troutville-ace Virginia Cattlemen's Association (540) 992-1009 vacattlemen.org Virginia Cooperative Extension -Botetourt Office 540-473-8260 ext.vt.edu/offices/botetourt

R. Candace Poling, CPA (540) 797-2747 ADVERTISING / MEDIA SERVICES

Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC (540) 512-1832 spilmanlaw.com Wiegandt & Doubles, Attorneys at Law (540) 473-2351 doubleslaw.com

Pinnacle Bank (540) 283-8033 pnfp.com The Bank of Fincastle (540) 473-2761 bankoffincastle.bank BANQUET FACILITIES

Woods Rogers, PLC (540) 983-7600

Bailey Wick Farm (540) 293-7308 baileywickfarm.com

AUTOMOBILE SERVICES Dr. Auto Spa Custom Detailing (540) 312-7884 draspa.com

Hotel Roanoke (540) 853-8201 HotelRoanoke.com

Hugh's Body Shop (540) 992-2543 hughsbodyshop.com

BED & BREAKFASTS

BAKERY

The Cottage at Springwood (540) 354-1537 TheCottageAtSpringwood.com

25 East Main B&B (540) 798-5134

ARCHITECTS

Comcast Spotlight (540) 302-4190 comcastspotlight.com/ markets/roanoke

Spectrum Design, PC (540) 342-6001 spectrumpc.com

Eddy Alexander (540) 404-8152 eddyalexander.com

ARTISANS / HANDCRAFT ITEMS

Spectrum Media Solutions, LLC (540) 929-1063 spectrummediasolutions.com

Patina Creek Silver (540) 254-8021 patinacreek.co ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

WFXR Fox 21/27 Nexstar Broadcasting (540) 529-5291 wfxrtv.com

Standing Room Only, Inc. Buchanan Theatre (540) 254-1155 buchanantheatre.com

Lead Point Digital (540) 566-3146 leadpointdigital.com

Bryant Orchards Farm Market (540) 591-5383 bryantorchards.com Food Lion (540) 992-6335 foodlion.com

Sunshine Services, LLC (540) 819-6335 botetourtsunshineservices.com

BREWERIES Constellation Brands, Inc. / Ballast Point (540) 591-5707 cbrands.com

BANKING / FINANCIAL Bank of Botetourt (540) 591-5098 bankofbotetourt.com

Graphic Resources (434) 401-0850 graphicresources.us

ATTORNEYS

Carter Bank and Trust (540) 904-1009 cbtcares.com

AGRICULTURAL  PRODUCTS / SERVICES

Gentry Locke (540) 983-9300 gentrylocke.com Lugar Law, PC (540) 384-0348 lugarlaw.com

Jeter Farm (540) 798-9849 jeterfarm.com

BALLOONS / DECORATING

Taubman Museum of Art 540.342.5760 taubmanmuseum.org

Botetourt Farmers Market (540) 342-9600 facebook.com/ BotetourtFarmersMarket

BEEF CATTLE / PRODUCE / FARMING

Hometrust Bank (540) 992-1682 hometrustbanking.com Member One Federal Credit Union (540) 982-8811 memberonefcu.com

BUSINESS CONSULTING Advantage Merchant Systems, LLC (972) 920-6250 Business Solutions, Inc. (540) 444-4000 businesssolutionsinc.net Dana R. Bible Accountant, Inc. (540) 473-2760 OpX Solutions (540) 355-1164 opxsolutionsllc.com

Robert C. Hagan, Jr., Attorney (540) 473-2044 botetourtlaw.com

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BUSINESS SERVICES

CAMPING EQUIPMENT

The Bank of Fincastle (540) 473-2761 bankoffincastle.bank

H&H Outdoors (540) 254-2420

Advantage Merchant Systems, LLC (972) 920-6250

CAMPS Camp Bethel (540) 992-2940 campbethelvirginia.org

Bank of Botetourt (540) 591-5098 bankofbotetourt.com

Camp Eagle (540) 366-2433 campeagleva.org

Beyond (919) 417-7470 getbeyond.com

CATERING SERVICES Big Lick Screen Printing, LLC (540) 632-2695 blsp.rocks Business Solutions, Inc. (540) 444-4000 businesssolutionsinc.net

Hotel Roanoke (540) 853-8201 HotelRoanoke.com Schaal's Catering & Events (540) 819-1483 schaalsevents.com

Dana R. Bible Accountant, Inc. (540) 473-2760 Innovative Creations, LLC dba Let's Party Creatively (540) 314-9157 letspartycreatively.com Lead Point Digital (540) 566-3146 leadpointdigital.com

The Kyle House schaalsevents.com The Plantation on Sunnybrook (540) 561-0700

The Bank of Fincastle (540) 473-2761 bankoffincastle.bank Winter's Storage (540) 992-6300 wintersstorage.com

Commonwealth Computer Services (540) 339-6882 ccs.guru

CHEMICALS

CONSULTING

ChemTreat chemtreat.com

AES Advancement Initiatives (540) 769-7538

CHIROPRACTORS

CONTRACTORS / BRIDGE REPAIR

Balance Wellspace Integrative Medicine (540) 343-0055 balancewellspace.com Tuck Chiropractic Clinic Botetourt (540) 890-1444 tuckclinic.com

Northwest Registered Agent, LLC (509) 768-2249 northwestregisteredagent.com/ virginia-LLC.html Protos Security (540) 400-3522 protossecurity.com

First Citizens Bank Daleville Branch (540) 966-2702 firstcitizens.com Lawrence Companies (540) 966-4000 lawrencecompanies.com

Southwest Virginia Training (540) 400-5843 swvatraining.com The Bank of Fincastle (540) 473-2761 bankoffincastle.bank Virginia Council of CEOs (540) 384-0493 vaceos.org Virginia's Community Colleges Shared Services Center (540) 591-4000 ssc.vccs.edu

Protos Security (540) 400-3522 protossecurity.com Rockingham Cooperative (540) 992-1001 rockinghamcoop.com/ locations/troutville-ace Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC (540) 512-1832 spilmanlaw.com

Lanford Brothers Company (540) 992-2140 lanfordbros.com CONTRACTORS / ELECTRICAL Austin Electrical Construction (540) 254-1085

CHRISTIAN BOOKS Scripture Truth Book Co. (540) 473-1481 scripturetruth.com

New River Electrical Corporation (540) 966-1650 newriverelectrical.com

CLINICS

Protel (540) 345-7197

Carilion Clinic 800-422-8482 carilionclinic.org

CONTRACTORS / GENERAL

Christian Free Clinic in Botetourt (540) 353-0509 christianfreeclinic.com

Consolidated Construction Services (540) 725-3900 ccsroa.com

Lawson Family Medicine & Aesthetics, LLC (540) 992-3600 lawsonfamilymedicine.com

Fields Construction, Inc. (540) 387-4580 fieldsconstruction.com

CHAMBER DIRECTOR Bank of Botetourt (540) 591-5098 bankofbotetourt.com

COMPUTER SALES & SERVICE

CLOTHING &  ACCESSORIES

Fralin & Waldron Daleville Town Center (540) 774-4415 dalevilletowncenter.com

Budget Couture budgetcouture.store

G&H Contracting, Inc. (540) 387-5059 ghcontracting.com

COFFEE SHOP / RESTAURANT

Protel (540) 345-7197

The Witt Stop (540) 254-8024 facebook.com/thewittstop

Strauss Construction (540) 989-7060

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CONTRACTORS / HEATING & AIR

CREDIT UNIONS Freedom First Credit Union (540) 339-3477 freedomfirst.com

Country Breeze Heating and Cooling (540) 473-1388 countrybreezehvac.com

Member One Federal Credit Union (540) 982-8811 memberonefcu.com

CONTRACTORS / INSULATION Kirby-Cundiff Insulation, Inc. (540) 992-3960 kirby-vassinsulation.com

DAY SPAS Hotel Roanoke (540) 853-8201 HotelRoanoke.com

Dabney S. Lancaster Community College (540) 863-2819 dslcc.edu Eagle Rock Elementary (540) 884-2421 Greenfield Elementary (540) 992-4416 Hollins University (540) 362-6225 hollins.edu Lord Botetourt High School (540) 992-1261

CONTRACTORS / PAVING Adams Construction Company (540) 982-2366 adamspaving.com

Enchanted Bliss (540) 855-1227 enchantedblissinc.com

CONTRACTORS / SEPTIC

Medical Grade Skin Care (540) 774-3223 mgskincareroanoke.com

Bitter Creek Construction, LLC (540) 529-1163

Pzaz Salon & Spa (540) 992-4333

CONTRACTORS / WATERPROOFING

DRESSMAKING / ALTERATIONS

Seal-Tite Basement Waterproofing Co. (540) 992-1144 sealtitebasement.com

Catrina Fashions, LLC (540) 992-2127 artisansewingclasses.com

Virginia Cooperative Extension -Botetourt Office (540) 473-8260 ext.vt.edu/offices/botetourt Virginia Tech Roanoke Center (540) 767-6100 vtrc.vt.edu Virginia Western Community College (540) 966-5850 virginiawestern.edu

Daleville Institute, Inc. (540) 774-4415 Standing Room Only, Inc. Buchanan Theatre (540) 254-1155 buchanantheatre.com Sunshine Services, LLC (540) 819-6335 botetourtsunshineservices.com ENTERTAINMENT / EVENTS Daleville Institute, Inc. (540) 774-4415 Innovative Creations, LLC dba Let's Party Creatively (540) 314-9157 letspartycreatively.com Standing Room Only, Inc. Buchanan Theatre (540) 254-1155 buchanantheatre.com EQUIPMENT / SALES & DISTRIBUTION

ENERGY / UTILITIES Apex Clean Energy (434) 987-8437 apexcleanenergy.com

Lawrence Companies (540) 966-4000 lawrencecompanies.com

DRY CLEANERS CONTRACTORS / WELL DRILLING

A Cleaner World (540) 977-0087 acleanerworld.com/locations/ roanokedrycleaners.aspx

Gilliam & Mundy Drilling Company, Inc. (540) 254-2350 gilliamandmundy.com COUNTRY STORES Botetourt Farmers Market (540) 342-9600 facebook.com/ BotetourtFarmersMarket Bryant Orchards Farm Market (540) 591-5383 bryantorchards.com

Ikenberry Orchards (540) 992-2448 ikenberryorchards.com

EQUIPMENT / SALES & SERVICE H&H Outdoors (540) 254-2420

ENGINEERS EDUCATION / SCHOOLS

Heritage Family Market (540) 473-2917

Appalachian Power Company (540) 985-2690 appalachianpower.com

Botetourt County Public Schools (540) 473-8263 bcps.k12.va.us Buchanan Elementary (540) 254-2084 Central Academy Middle School (540) 473-8333 Cloverdale Elementary (540) 992-1086 Colonial Elementary (540) 977-6773

Micro Harmonics Corporation (540) 473-9983 microharmonics.com Spectrum Design, PC (540) 342-6001 spectrumpc.com Systems Technology of Virginia (540) 884-1784 systechofva.com

FINANCE / BANKS Bank of Botetourt (540) 591-5098 bankofbotetourt.com Farm Credit of the Virginias (540) 977-5707 farmcreditofvirginias.com First Citizens Bank Daleville Branch (540) 966-2702 firstcitizens.com

ENTERTAINMENT Attic Productions, Inc. (540) 473-1001 atticproductions.info

Pinnacle Bank (540) 283-8033 http://www.pnfp.com

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The Bank of Fincastle (540) 473-2761 bankoffincastle.bank

Food Lion (540) 992-6335 foodlion.com

FINANCIAL SERVICES

P.A. Short Distributing Co. (540) 992-5000 www.pashort.com

The Conner Group (540) 767-6669 theconnergroup.net

Sheetz, Inc. (814) 936-3611 sheetz.com

Ameriprise Financial Services, Smith & Assoc. (540) 443-9143 ameripriseadvisors.com/ brian.e.smith Edward Jones 540-473-3640 edwardjones.com/josh-werle Farm Credit of the Virginias (540) 977-5707 farmcreditofvirginias.com MemberOne Federal Credit Union 800-666-8811 memberonefcu.com

Tinker Mountain Kettle Corn Co (540) 314-5191

FOOD & BEVERAGE  PRODUCTS Bryant Orchards Farm Market (540) 591-5383 bryantorchards.com

Botetourt County Department of Social Services (540) 591-5960 Botetourt County Public Schools (540) 473-8263 bcps.k12.va.us

Eagle Rock Library (540) 884-3880 Fincastle Library (540) 473-8339 Roanoke Blacksburg Regional Airport 540-362-1999 flyroa.com Town of Fincastle (540) 473-2200

GAS STATIONS / CONVENIENCE STORES

Town of Troutville (540) 992-4401

Brugh's Mill Country Store (540) 966-4660

GROCERY STORES

GIFTS & COLLECTIBLES Apple Barn II Gifts & Collectibles (540) 992-3551 applebarn-va.com GOLF COURSES Ashley Plantation Country Club (540) 600-4653 ashleyplantation.com Botetourt Golf & Swim Club (540) 992-1451 golfbotetourt.com

Northwest True Value Hardware (540) 362-1868 northwesthardware.com Rockingham Cooperative ACE Hardware (540) 992-1001 acehardware.com HEALTH & FITNESS

Buchanan Library (540) 254-2538 rvl.info

FLORISTS Botetourt Florist (540) 520-2291

Botetourt Commissioner of Revenue (540) 473-8270

FUNERAL HOMES / CEMETERIES

UBS Financial Services (540) 344-5571

SERVPRO of Roanoke, Montgomery & Pulaski Counties (540) 389-5818 servpro southroanokecounty.com

Mt. Joy RV/Hardware (540) 254-2124 mtjoyrv.com

RailCar Interchange, Inc. (770) 579-4658

Rader Funeral Home (540) 992-1212 rader-funeralhome.com

FIRE & WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION

Blue Ridge Library (540) 977-3433

Botetourt County School Board (540) 992-5464

Oakey's Funeral Service & Crematory - East Chapel (540) 977-3909 oakeys.com

The Conner Group (540) 767-6669 theconnergroup.net

HARDWARE STORES

FREIGHT CAR LEASING

Botetourt Funeral Homes (540) 254-3000 botetourtfuneralhome.com

Pinnacle Bank (540) 283-8033 http://www.pnfp.com

GOVERNMENT

Bryant Orchards Farm Market (540) 591-5383 bryantorchards.com

BOCO Fit Rage (540) 354-1606 bocofitrage.pike13.com Carilion Clinic Roanoke, VA 24014 (540) 992-2993 carilionwellness.com Medical Grade Skin Care, Inc. (540) 774-3223 mgskincareroanoke.com HEALTH &  REHABILITATION Carilion Clinic (540) 992-2993 carilionwellness.com Carrington Place at Botetourt Commons (540) 966-0056 carringtonplaces.com The Brian Center - Botetourt (540) 473-2288 kissitohealthcarebotetourt.org HEALTHCARE

GUARDRAILS & SIGNS Lanford Brothers Company (540) 992-2140 lanfordbros.com GYMNASTICS INSTRUCTION Prestige Gymnastics Academy (540) 759-1403 prestigegymnastics academy.com

Carilion Clinic (540) 992-2993 carilionwellness.com Carrington Cottages Memory Care Center (540) 300-2412 carringtoncottage.com Cross Lavinder Quinn & Park Dentistry (540) 992-1004 dentistroanoke.com

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Good Samaritan Advanced Illness Care - Hospice (540) 776-0198 GoodSam.care HOME HEALTH SERVICES At Home Caregivers Inc. (540) 206-3364 athomecaregivers.org Carilion Clinic (540) 992-2993 carilionwellness.com

Holiday Inn Express (540) 966-4444 hiexpress.com/troutvilleva

Marsh & McLennan Agency (540) 982-3511 mma-midatlantic.com

Hotel Roanoke (540) 853-8201 HotelRoanoke.com

Old Republic Title (540) 598-2166 oldrepublictitle.com

Natural Bridge Historic Hotel & Conference Center (800) 533-1410 naturalbridgeva.com

State Farm Insurance - Kim Bergsten (540) 966-3276

The Preserve at Crooked Run (540) 412-7178 preservevirginia.com

CORA Health Services, Inc. (540) 992-4801 coraphysicaltherapy.com HOME IMPROVEMENTS Shower Power Shower Door Inc. / DBA Old Fincastle Glass & Accents (540) 473-5138 oldfincastleglass.com

Waff Family Insurance Agency (540) 992-6055 rockinghamgroup.com/waff INSURANCE & FINANCIAL SERVICES

THE Cottage at Sprinwood (540) 354-1537 TheCottageAtSpringwood.com Virginia Motor Lodges Super 8 (540) 992-3000 super8.com

Dominion Risk Advisors (540) 366-7475 domrisk.com State Farm Insurance - Brent Hershey (540) 992-1543

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS

The Conner Group (540) 767-6669 theconnergroup.net

HORSEMAN’S  ASSOCIATIONS

Allen Layman (540) 293-2200

INSURANCE SALES & SERVICE

Botetourt County Horseman's Association (540) 312-8393 bcha-va.com

Botetourt Commissioner of Revenue (540) 473-8270

Botetourt County Farm Bureau (540) 992-2062 vafbarchive.org/botetourt

Botetourt County (540) 928-2000 botetourtva.gov

Business Solutions, Inc. (540) 444-4000 businesssolutionsinc.net

Craig Grimes Roanoke, VA 24018

Campbell Insurance (434) 847-5541 campbellins.com

HOSPITALS & CLINICS Carilion Clinic (540) 992-2993 carilionwellness.com LewisGale Medical Center (540) 776-4101 lewisgale.com

Historic Fincastle, Inc. (540) 473-3077 hisfin.org

John Alderson Agency, Inc. 540-992-4800 aldersoninsurance.com

Mary Lee Loope (540) 977-5777 HOTELS, MOTELS & LODGING

INVESTMENT SECURITIES INSURANCE

Best Western North Roanoke (540) 992-5600 bestwestern.com/en_US/ book/hotels-in-troutville/ best-western-north-roanoke/ propertyCode.47150.html Comfort Inn & Suites (540) 992-5055 choicehotels.com/va588

Business Solutions, Inc. (540) 444-4000 businesssolutionsinc.net F. A. Wagner Insurance Agency, Inc. (540) 966-0059 fawagner.com Justin Miller Allstate (540) 750-0046

Ameriprise Financial Services, Smith & Associates (540) 443-9143 ameriprisefinancialadvisors.com/ brian.e.smith IT & TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS Commonwealth Computer Services (540) 339-6882 ccs.guru

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Ethos Technologies (540) 389-4400 e-thostech.com

MARKETING

Responsive Technology Partners (540) 283-7205 responsivetechnologypartners.com

Farrington Marketing (413) 346-7046 lfsarrouf.com MARKETS / SPECIALTY FOOD

Landscaping Creative Nursery & Landscapes, Inc. (540) 992-5583 creativenursery.net

Bryant Orchards Farm Market (540) 591-5383 bryantorchards.com Food Lion (540) 992-6335 foodlion.com

MANUFACTURING

Standing Room Only, Inc. Buchanan Theatre (540) 254-1155 buchanantheatre.com Troutville Volunteer Fire Department (540) 966-8661 tvfd.org Virginia Cattlemen's Association (540) 992-1009 vacattlemen.org

Heritage Family Market, Inc. (540) 473-2917

Tread Corporation (540) 982-6881 treadcorp.com

NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS Ikenberry Orchards (540) 992-2448 ikenberryorchards.com

Dynax America (540) 966-6010 dxa.com

MORTGAGE COMPANIES Maag/Gala Industries, Inc. (540) 884-2589 gala-industries.com Piedmont Foundry Supply, Inc. (540) 992-3911 piedmontfoundrysupply.com WestRock (540) 969-5569 westrock.com

Atlantic Bay Mortgage (540) 542-2733 deedeeburgoyne.com Colonial Mortgage Company (540) 966-3100 colmort.com Virginia Mountain Mortgage (540) 591-5000 vamtnmortgage.com

Carris Plastics (540) 473-2210 carris.com

NEWSPAPERS

Boxley Materials Company (540) 777-7600 boxley.com

The Botetourt Bee (540) 793-0896 thebotetourtbee.com

Chandler Concrete of Virginia (540) 345-3846 chandlerconcrete.com

The Fincastle Herald (Mountain Media) (540) 473-2741 fincastleherald.com

General Shale Brick (540) 977-5509 generalshale.com

The Roanoke Times (540) 981-3100 roanoke.com

Titan America/Roanoke Cement (540) 512-7663 titanamerica.com/our_company/ business_activities/roanoke_ cement_company/ Altec Industries (540) 966-2900 altec.com

Good Samaritan Advanced Illness Care - Hospice (540) 776-0198 GoodSam.care

Attic Productions, Inc. (540) 473-1001 atticproductions.info Botetourt County Horseman's Association (540) 312-8393 bcha-va.com Botetourt County Rotary Club (540) 522-3818 Botetourt Family YMCA (540) 966-9622 ymcavbr.org Botetourt Golf & Swim Club, Inc. (540) 992-1451 golfbotetourt.com Botetourt Worship & Outreach Center (540) 520-4668 Camp Bethel (540) 992-2940 campbethelvirginia.org Camp Eagle (540) 366-2433 campeagleva.org Christian Free Clinic in Botetourt (540) 353-0509 christianfreeclinic.com

NON-PROFIT Botetourt Family YMCA (540) 966-9622 ymcavbr.org

Dabney S. Lancaster Community College (540) 863-2819 dslcc.edu

Eagle Rock Ruritan Club, Inc. (540) 884-2789

Daleville Institute, Inc. (540) 774-4415

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Don Ho's Restaurant & Lounge (540) 966-1111 Eagle Rock Ruritan Club, Inc. (540) 884-2789 Girl Scouts of Virginia Skyline Council, Inc. (540) 777-5100 gsvsc.org Good Samaritan Advanced Illness Care - Hospice (540) 776-0198 GoodSam.care Goodwill Industries of the Valleys (540) 581-0620 goodwillvalleys.com Historic Fincastle, Inc. (540) 473-3077 hisfin.org

Roanoke Higher Education Center (540) 767-6161 education.edu The Advancement Foundation (540) 283-7062 theadvancementfoundation.org

DownHome Pharmacy, P.C. (540) 966-4858 downhomepharmacy.net PHOTOGRAPHY

Virginia's Community Colleges Shared Services Center (540) 591-4000 ssc.vccs.edu

Anne Sampson Photographer (540) 589-1909 annesampsonphotography.zenfolio.com

NURSING HOMES

PHYSICIANS

Carrington Place at Botetourt Commons (540) 966-0056 carringtonplaces.com

Carilion Clinic (540) 992-2993 carilionwellness.com

The Glebe (540) 627-5105 theglebe.org

Junior Achievement of Southwest Va., Inc. (540) 989-6392 jaswva.org

PHARMACIES & DRUG STORES

Lawson Family Medicine & Aesthetics (540) 992-3600 lawsonfamilymedicine.com PRINTERS / PRINTING & COPIERS

OPHTHALMOLOGIST / OPTOMETRISTS

Kiwanis Club of Botetourt County 540-521-9123 KiwanisClubOfBotetourt.org League of Animal Protection (540) 473-3853 lap.petfinder.com Standing Room Only, Inc. Buchanan Theatre (540) 254-1155 buchanantheatre.com The Advancement Foundation (540) 283-7062 headvancementfoundation.org

Eye Care & Surgery (540) 992-6768 eyecaresurgery.com Vistar Eye Center (540) 344-4000 vistareye.com

Southern Graphics (540) 342-6449 southerngraphics.net PROFESSIONAL  BUSINESS SERVICES Star City SkyCams (540) 819-3473 starcity-skycams.pixels.com

ORCHARDS Ikenberry Orchards (540) 992-2448 ikenberryorchards.com

WorkForce Unlimited / AREVO Group (540) 591-3648 wfunlimited.com PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

United Way Of Roanoke Valley (540) 777-4200 uwrv.org Virginia Cattlemen's Association (540) 992-1009 vacattlemen.org NON-PROFIT / EDUCATION Botetourt Golf & Swim Club, Inc. (540) 992-1451 golfbotetourt.com James River High School (540) 254-1121 Read Mountain Middle School (540) 966-8655

ORTHODONTICS Roanoke Valley Orthodontics (540) 563-1640 roanokevalleyortho.com

Botetourt County (540) 928-2000 botetourtva.gov

PERSONAL SERVICES

Botetourt County Department of Social Services (540) 591-5960

Enchanted Bliss, Inc. (540) 855-1227 enchantedblissinc.com

Botetourt County Public Schools (540) 473-8263 bcps.k12.va.us

PZAZ Salon & Spa (540) 992-4333

Botetourt County School Board (540) 992-5464 Buchanan Library (540) 254-2538 rvl.info

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Town of Buchanan (540) 254-1212

Colonial Title & Settlement Agency (540) 966-1260

Town of Fincastle (540) 473-2200

First Choice Title Services, LLC (540) 769-2003 firstchoicetitleofva.com

Town of Troutville (540) 992-4401

Fralin & Waldron Daleville Town Center (540) 774-4415 dalevilletowncenter.com

PUBLISHERS CENTURY 21 Wampler Realty (540) 992-2500 wamplerrealty.com

Berryfield (540) 389-9945 berryfield.com The Fincastle Herald (540) 473-2741 fincastleherald.com

RECREATION & SPORTS Botetourt Family YMCA (540) 966-9622 ymcavbr.org

The Roanoke Times roanoke.com

H&H Outdoors (540) 254-2420

The Glebe, Inc. (540) 591-2100 theglebe.org RESTAURANTS &  CATERING SERVICES Angelle's Diner / Blue Ridge Best Foods, Inc. (540) 591-7208 angellesdiner.com Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Store #281 (540) 966-5438 crackerbarrel.com Don Ho's Restaurant & Lounge (540) 966-1111 Donnie D's Bagels & Deli 540-591-5310 donniedsbagelsdeli.com

REAL ESTATE BTF Holdings LLC (540) 765-9399

RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Berglund Outdoors (540) 992-5777 berglundoutdoors.com

MKB Realtors (540) 989-4555 mkbrealtors.com

H&H Outdoors (540) 254-2420

PJ Belle- Keller Williams (540) 525-0134 pjatthelake.com Waldvogel Commercial Properties, Inc. (540) 597-9566 waldvogelcommercial.com

Mt. Joy RV/Hardware (540) 254-2124 mtjoyrv.com RENTAL PROPERTIES

REAL ESTATE / BROKERS & AGENTS Roanoke Valley Association of Realtors (540) 772-0526 rvar.com CENTURY 21 Wampler Realty (540) 992-2500 Wamplerrealty.com Dayna Patrick, Patrick Team Homes RE/MAX All Stars (540) 342-9600 PatrickTeamHomes.com RE/MAX All Stars Realty - Vic Coffey (540) 992-2525 movetoroanoke.com Stephen Pendergrass of Poe & Cronk Real Estate Group (540) 855-3655 poecronk.com

Farm Burguesa (540) 566-3377 farmburguesa.com Hotel Roanoke (540) 853-8201 HotelRoanoke.com Lentini's (540) 966-9600 Nick of Thyme Bakery & Catering (540) 588-2036 Pomegranate Restaurant (540) 966-6052 pomegranateva.com

Daleville Town Center Apartments, LLC (540) 759-7060 dalevilletowncenterapts.com

Thai Oudone Valley Grill, LLC (540) 977-1255

The Reserve at Daleville (540) 966-2500 dalevilleapts.com

Three Li'l Pigs BBQ (540) 969-0165 threelilpigsbbq.com

RENTAL SERVICE STORES

Tizzone (540) 591-9005

Aztec Rental (540) 989-1231 aztecrental.com

Town Center Tap House (540) 591-9991 towncentertaphouse.com

RESIDENTIAL ADULT CARE Scott Hill Retirement Community (540) 862-5741 scotthillretirement.org

Woodsdale Group, LLC - DBA Fincastle Cafe, The Pie Shoppe and Woodsdale Events (540) 473-5176

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RETIREMENT COMMUNITIES

STAFFING / RECRUITMENT

TITLE INSURANCE COMPANIES

The Glebe, Inc. (540) 591-2100 theglebe.org

EvolutionHR (540) 682-2438 evolutionhr.com

Colonial Title & Settlement Agency (540) 966-1260

The Harmony Collection at Roanoke, Independent Living (540) 400-6482 harmonyseniorservices.com/seniorliving/va/roanoke/pheasant-ridge-rd-il

Luttrell Staffing Group (540) 491-9921

First Choice Title Services, LLC (540) 769-2003 firstchoicetitleofva.com

WorkForce Unlimited / AREVO Group (540) 591-3648 wfunlimited.com

TRANSPORTATION & TRANSFER / MOVING & STORAGE

SCHOOLS STEEL FABRICATORS Buchanan Elementary (540) 254-2084 Central Academy Middle School (540) 473-8333

Canatal Steel USA, Inc. (540) 966-6218 canatal.net

Lawrence Companies (540) 966-4000 lawrencecompanies.com/ RIDE Solutions (540) 342-9393 ridesolutions.org

Cloverdale Elementary (540) 992-1086

STORAGE / HOUSEHOLD & COMMERCIAL

James River High School (540) 254-1121

Winter’s Storage (540) 992-6300 wintersstorage.com

TRAVEL AGENCIES & SERVICES

TAX SERVICES

Virginia Tourism Corporation vatc.org

Read Mountain Middle School (540) 966-8655 Troutville Elementary (540) 992-1871

Dominion Accounting and Tax Service (540) 992-2234 dominionaccounting.com

SCREEN PRINTING & EMBROIDERY Mojo Custom Sportswear, LLC (540) 632-2116 mojosports.net

R. Candace Poling, CPA (540) 797-2747 rcandacepolingcpa.com

Roanoke Blacksburg Regional Airport 540-362-1999 flyroa.com

UTILITIES Craig-Botetourt Electric Cooperative (540) 864-5121 cbec.coop

TELEPHONE COMPANIES

Dominion Energy (540) 245-4101 dominionenergy.com

Lumos Networks (855) 465-8667 lumosnetworks.com

Roanoke Gas Company (540) 777-4427 rgcresources.com

TELEVISION SERVICE

VETERINARIANS & PET SERVICES

Lumos Networks (855) 465-8667 lumosnetworks.com

Botetourt Veterinary Hospital (540) 992-2711 botetourtvet.com

SECURITY SERVICES Protos Security (540) 400-3522 protossecurity.com SEWING INSTRUCTION Catrina Fashions, LLC (540) 992-2127 artisansewingclasses.com SIGNS / BANNERS / POSTERS Safehouse Signs, Inc. (540) 366-2480 safehousesigns.com

THERAPISTS / OCCUPATIONAL & PHYSICAL Advanced Physical Therapy of Virginia (540) 591-5360 aptofva.com CORA Health Services, Inc. (540) 992-4801 coraphysicaltherapy.com

Old Dominion Veterinary Clinic (540) 966-1992 olddominionveterinaryclinic.com WAREHOUSES / COMMERCIAL Lawrence Companies (540) 966-4000 lawrencecompanies.com

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WASTE MANAGEMENT & DISPOSAL

WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS

Lawrence Companies (540) 966-4000 lawrencecompanies.com

Roanoke Valley Broadband Authority (540) 904-4739 rvba.online

WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT & HOSTING

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

Howl'n Dog Designs (540) 334-3831 howlndog.com

Dabney S. Lancaster Community College (540) 863-2819 dslcc.edu

Spectrum Media Solutions, LLC (540) 929-1063 spectrummediasolutions.com

Western Virginia Workforce Development Board (540) 562-8442 vcwblueridge.com

Jason Rinehart

WHOLESALE / RETAIL STORES Winger Trailer Sales (540) 992-2168 WINERIES Blue Ridge Vineyard (540) 798-7642 blueridgevineyard.com Stoney Brook Vineyards and Winery, LLC (540) 992-3812 http://ww.facebook.com/pg/ StoneyBrookVineyards/about Virginia Mountain Vineyards (540) 473-2979 vmvines.com

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Featuring the artwork of local artist Brook Ludy, this poster / map showing the best of Botetourt County was envisioned and commissioned by Botetourt Chamber of Commerce and the Berryfield agency (publisher of Botetourt Living magazine). A colorful presentation to display in your home or office. And a timely commemorative treasure to celebrate the 250th Anniversary of Botetourt County as well as the 75th Anniversary of the Botetourt Chamber of Commerce.

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Dear Members,

course the networking events where you, the members can meet, learn, and support/use the services of your fellow members at a member rate. You the members support our mission to continue to Advocate, Educate, and Facilitate.

As the new Executive Director of the Chamber, I would like to extend a very BIG Thank You for your membership and continued commitment to the Chamber. Your annual investment (membership) in the Chamber goes towards the support of a number of events, and initiatives that benefit not only businesses in the Botetourt and outlying regions, but also your community as a whole. A few initiatives that you may not be aware of that your investment supports include: programs that aid in teaching job skills to job seekers in the community, internship opportunities, access to resources for business loans, support, and promotion, and of

But what do you get for your investment? You get access to marketing opportunities that extend your reach beyond word of mouth and commercial methods. You get business support, the ability to post jobs, seek interns, organizational structure review and support, access to local, state, and federal resources for information that can affect your business and industry, access to events, networking outings, the annual dinner, and seminars that will elevate your business, your knowledge, and your impact on your community. You get a voice of support and a sounding board for feedback for your growth. You get a value that you

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From: Khari K. Ryder, Executive Director

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are helping to build your infrastructure, develop and possibly retain talent, and through the Chamber membership you are driving the economic prosperity for Botetourt! These are only a few of the benefits and returns for your investment (membership). Under our new strategic plan, we want to build on the benefits and returns to better serve you. Through your input, your feedback, and your guidance we want to build on this partnership and growth! Again, thank you for your support, and your continued membership! Sincerely, Khari K. Ryder, Executive Director khari@botetourtchamber.com Cell: 540-580-6612 Office: 540-526-6546

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Chef Will Barkett says it’s his fault that his family added the Fincastle Café and The Pie Shoppe to their palette of family businesses.

With further renovations and build-out, The Pie Shoppe opened its brick-and-mortar storefront in August 2020.

“I worked at the Pomegranate and at Metro in Roanoke,” he says. “I went to Tech, thinking I would do something else but I came back to this. Mom was looking for something too.”

That’s right. In the middle of a pandemic lockdown.

The family has a lot of something going on. There’s Woodsdale Events, a wedding and event venue on an early 19th century property on Mill Creek off of Lee Highway. “That was the first thing,” says Ginny Barkett, Will’s mother. Woodsdale was launched in 2018. Fincastle Café, offering coffee, tea and baked goods, opened in 2019, in the old pharmacy building on the corner of Main and Roanoke Streets. “The building was deteriorating. It was in really bad shape,” says Will. It had been empty for five years.

“We were working on construction, and it was done,” laughs Ginny, “so we opened!” The next challenge was figuring out how to get their savory and dessert pies and breakfast quiches out into a mostly no-contact world. “We started delivering pies to Roanoke,” says Ginny. “Schools were closed, so we used them as pick-up points.” They continue to deliver 100

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“The kids used to get off the school bus at the pharmacy,” says Ginny. “They’d get their snacks there and come down to the office.” The ‘office’ is Barkett-Allen Capital, a financial services company owned by Ginny’s husband, Erryn. Once it opened, the café quickly became THE place to gather in Fincastle. “We had book clubs meeting here, Bible study groups,” says Ginny. They also bought The Pie Lady in 2019. They weren’t set up to make pies at the café, so they continued to work out of the Pie Lady location across the street. “We’d make [the pies] and run them across the street to the café,” says Will.

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to 150 pre-ordered pies to Black Dog Salvage for pick-up, leaving extra pies for impulse buys. While dessert pies are popular – Dutch Caramel Apple, Peanut Butter and Chocolate Pecan are big sellers – The Pie Shoppe also has a large selection of savory, entrée pies. “These are gourmet, French-style pies,” says Ginny. “They’re very meaty, there’s less “roux”, or gravy.” There are nine varieties of chicken pies in two sizes, a family meal size and “Chicken Little” size. Chicken and Vegetables, and Chicken, Bacon, Spinach and Asiago Cheese are popular choices. Three breakfast quiches round out the menu. The shop also offers Virginia wines and food-themed gifts like candles and aprons. Boutique grocery stores in the Roanoke Valley, Lexington and Clifton Forge will be carrying pies too.

Finally, there’s 1772 Rooftop on Main, which opened a week after The Pie Shoppe. The inspiration for that was a leaky roof. “Erryn was on up on top of the building with the roofers,” says Ginny. “He took a call up there and looked out and said, ‘What an amazing view!’” 1772 Rooftop is an outdoor venue serving craft cocktails, local beers and small plates, commanding a view of the historic courthouse, downtown Fincastle and the mountains beyond. “Having an outdoor venue has really helped during Covid,” says Ginny. Tables are arranged to accommodate social distancing. “It’s very Covid-friendly,” says Will. “People could wait outside on the sidewalk, if they weren’t comfortable indoors.”

The ambiance is enhanced by tabletop firepits and an airplane fuselage behind the bar. “Erryn is a pilot,” says Ginny, “and they had this plane at Black Dog [Salvage] for a long time.” Spirits are kept inside the plane, and the tail hangs over the side of the building. “You should have seen us getting it up here.” Says Ginny. “Erryn is a Big Idea Guy.” Crazy as it sounds to open new enterprises during a lockdown, the businesses have supported each other. “Having an outdoor venue helped,” Ginny says. “The Pie Shoppe is crazy busy from September to March or April, because the pies are so hearty. Then Rooftop takes off. But no one has been seated at the bar yet.”

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Those book clubs and study groups are slowly coming back to the café, too. The Barketts are also farmers, raising Jacobs Sheep, Black Angus cattle and experimenting last year with a hemp crop. “We’re in the learning phase,” says Will, “we’re so new to it.” He just bought creekfront property with intention of raising trout and stocking it for fishing. “People could ‘rent’ the creek for the day,” he says. “In traditional farming it’s hard to find new ways to make money. We’re trying to think of every outlet possible.”

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“We were working on construction, and it was done... so we opened!” —Ginny Barkett

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State of the County 2020 Delivered by Billy Martin Botetourt County Board of Supervisors January 29, 2021

2020 was a year like no other in the more than 250-year history of Botetourt County. A year ago, no one could have imagined how the world could have been turned upside down by a global pandemic. The changes and challenges of this past year have been unprecedented. We have seen so much pain and hurt across our country, yet we have also seen people come together in unimaginable ways. As a result, we have become stronger and will continue to strengthen in the coming year. Before reviewing accomplishments of the past year, I want to take a moment to recognize the people who have been on the frontlines in our community during the pandemic. These are the heroes of Botetourt County. Our fire and EMS and Sheriff’s Office first responders continue to put themselves at risk every day to help keep us all healthy and safe. Our teachers and school staff have continued to educate and help our students learn despite the many hurdles put in their paths. Our doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and every other medical professional have refused to give up the fight against the virus and have comforted the more than 1,800 people who have had COVID-19 in Botetourt County. Our essential workers at grocery stores, manufacturing plants, construction sites, restaurants, and too many other businesses to name have all worked hard to keep life as normal as possible. To all of these people and more who I may have missed, thank you for your service to Botetourt County. We are all grateful for what you have done for us this past year.

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Despite the pandemic, however, your government has been hard at work this past year to not only help get us through the pandemic but also to build a bright future for years to come. First on the list of accomplishments from this past year is one that you will hear more about in later presentations, but I am excited to talk about it as well. After years of discussions, preparation, and construction, the new Colonial Elementary School is open! Students, teachers, and staff are in the new building as we speak and excited for all of the opportunities that a new school brings. I want to thank the hard work and partnership of the School Board, the Economic Development Authority, the Board of Supervisors, County and School staff, VDOT, contractors, utility companies, and residents. Everyone has come together to make sure our students and teachers have a facility that will last for generations. And, once again, I want to recognize our Master Building Official Jim Whitten who served as the clerk of the works for the school project. Without his steadfast hand guiding this project, we would not be celebrating this accomplishment today. Thank you, again, Jim, and everyone else who has been involved with the project. Another area of great success this past year has been broadband expansion. As we have seen throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, access to affordable broadband is more important than ever. In fact, broadband expansion remains one of the highest priorities of both the Board and the community going into the new year. In October, the Board proclaimed a Botetourt Broadband Week as a celebration of community progress and connectivity to raise awareness of the County’s last three years of effort to enhance broadband expansion across the County.

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In the past year, the Board has approved well over $3 million of federal CARES Act money and other state grants for the expansion of broadband to more than 1,400 homes and businesses across the County. And, just this past week, the County and Lumos were awarded another $1.3 million from the state to add 548 more fiber-to-the-home connections. When all of these projects are built out, more than 85% of the County will have access to broadband. This is a huge accomplishment, and I thank the Botetourt Broadband Commission, County staff, and all of our public and private partners for getting us to this point. We still have a long way to go to get to 100% coverage, but we are pointing in the right direction. And, speaking of the CARES Act, our efforts to strategically use that money to better the community became a central focus in 2020. While nearly every part of County operations benefitted in some way,

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from improved technology to enhanced HVAC systems in public buildings and schools, the impact of the money was especially important for our small business and farming communities. 82 small businesses based and operating in the County received more than $264,000 in grants, and 50 farmers who had received federal assistance also got more than $157,000 in grants from the County, coordinated by the Department of Economic Development. Every business and farm receiving money had been adversely impacted by the global pandemic, and I am happy we were able to assist them in this way. As we have seen with these major accomplishments, Botetourt has a great can-do spirit in 2020. To further promote that spirit, I want to begin concluding my remarks today by discussing some of the facts, figures, and accomplishments of the County’s various departments and Constitutional Officers. I wish I had

the time to discuss everything that our people have accomplished, but I would need to be here until the next State of the County Address to get that done. To start off, our Community Development department was consistently busy this year as the building community did not really slow down. Despite the pandemic and due to the department’s increase in flexibility, the department issued 823 permits, which is a 5% increase over the previous year, and saw the value of those permits increase by 8% to nearly $62 million. This shows the strength of our construction economy and is a testament to the desirability to both live and work in Botetourt. Our Libraries were also busier than ever this year, especially as they adapted to a new way of doing business during the pandemic. They offered new services such as virtual classes, online collection

browsing, and curbside pickup while still having 123,000 in-person and virtual visits to the libraries and 94,000 materials borrowed. In 2021, the Libraries are still innovating by partnering with the YMCA in Daleville for a pickup and drop off location. I am proud of how they have been able to serve the community. The Botetourt County Department of Social Services has helped nearly 1,400 individuals in the community get medical insurance in the past year, which is even more important during the pandemic. Furthermore, this past year the Department had 20 children in foster care, which is a record number for the agency, but 6 of those children are on track to be adopted this year, which is another record. The Commissioner of the Revenue and Treasurer’s Offices also achieved a major feat this past year by completing a conversion to a new tax software program. This is

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the first time it has been updated since the 1990s and was a huge project. This was accomplished while the offices moved from Fincastle to Daleville along with most of the County’s administrative offices. Our Parks and Recreation and Maintenance Departments saw major transitions this past year with new leadership and staff coming on board. As a result, I look forward to the next State of the County Address to be able to celebrate all I know they will accomplish in the coming year. Also, as you may have heard, 2020 was a major election year. For the November General Election, the Voter Registrar reported 82.5% voter turnout overall and more than 9,000 votes cast during the early voting period. I am excited to see that so many of our citizens took part in the democratic process, and I thank the Electoral Board, the Registrar, and all of her staff and poll workers for helping us vote.

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Lastly, the County’s public safety agencies have worked tirelessly this year. Even with a pandemic, the work of the Sheriff’s Office and Fire and EMS never stops. Last year, the Sheriff’s Office responded to almost 22,000 calls, served over 6,300 civil papers, issued nearly 3,900 traffic citations, and made 628 arrests all while dealing with the impacts of COVID-19. The jail population averaged 141 for the last year, and thanks to all of the efforts of the jail staff and the policies put in place, there have been no cases of COVID-19 in the jail population. That is a miracle! The Department of Fire and EMS responded to more than 5,400 calls for service last year while and continued to provide top-notch medical care every day, even to known COVID-19 patients. The Department also led the County’s overall COVID-19 response, including in-house testing and vaccine coordination. The deputies,

jailers, and fire and EMS first responders never let the stress get to them. I know many have had to deal with COVID exposures and infections, worked on their days off, and covered extra shifts all to get the job done. I and the rest of the County will never forget those efforts. So, in conclusion, I am still amazed at all that we have done and the bright future that is ahead of us. As we look forward to the coming year, 2020 taught us to never take anything for granted. The world can change suddenly. But, if and when it does, I know that our community will step up again and achieve great things. On behalf of the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors Mac Scothorn and Vice Chairman Dick Bailey and Supervisors Steve Clinton and Amy White, thank you for joining us today, and God bless Botetourt County!

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Arts / Culture / Recreation Botetourt Family YMCA in Daleville: http://ymcavbr.org/locations/botetourt/botetourt-family-ymca Buchanan Theatre, on the Virginia Landmarks Register: www.buchanantheatre.com Open Studios Botetourt, visit artists in their homes/studios: www.openstudiosbotetourt.com Attic Productions plays and theatrical events are posted on Facebook and www.atticproductions.info Daleville Summer Concert Series (Saturdays) and Party at the Pavilion (Thursdays) posts its schedule on Facebook and www.dalevilletowncenter.com/pavilion.html Botetourt Sports Complex posts its schedule of tournaments and other sporting events at https://botetourtva.gov/living-in-botetourt/recreation-facilities/botetourt-sports-complex/ Troutville Trail Days hosts its annual event for outdoor enthusiasts in June: www.troutvilletraildays.org Beaver Dam Farm in Buchanan hosts its annual Sunflower Festival, date dependent on blooming season: www.beaverdamsunflowers.com Botetourt County Fair is held in August. Details at www.townofbuchanan.com/event Town of Buchanan posts its events schedule at www.townofbuchanan.com/town-events Town of Troutville posts its events schedule at https://townoftroutville-va.gov/events.php Botetourt Chamber of Commerce posts its events at http://business.botetourtchamber.com/events

Schedules are subject to change (particularly with COVID-19).

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Botetourt County Constitutional Offices Clerk of the Circuit Court ......................................540-928-2350 Commissioner of the Revenue ............................540-928-2050 Commonwealth’s Attorney ....................................540-928-2150 Sheriff (for emergencies, dial 911)........................540-928-2200 Treasurer ..............................................................540-928-2030 Botetourt County Administration County Administrator ............................................540-928-2006 Deputy County Administrator................................540-928-2006 Botetourt County Departments Animal Control ......................................................540-928-2200 Building / Development ........................................540-928-2070 Emergency Services ............................................540-928-2201 Economic Development........................................540-928-2140 Recreation & Facilities..........................................540-928-2130 Planning & Zoning ................................................540-928-2080 Social Services ....................................................540-591-5960 Solid Waste ..........................................................540-928-2500 Voter Registration ................................................540-928-2120 Botetourt County Public Schools ......................540-473-8263 Botetourt County Sports Complex ....................540-928-2400 Botetourt County Chamber of Commerce ........540-566-8812

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Botetourt Living 2021  

Botetourt County, Virginia. The 23rd Edition of Botetourt County's annual magazine sponsored by the Botetourt Chamber of Commerce.

Botetourt Living 2021  

Botetourt County, Virginia. The 23rd Edition of Botetourt County's annual magazine sponsored by the Botetourt Chamber of Commerce.

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